Scientists develop new weapon against bird-strike at airports

Published: 25 August 2011 y., Thursday

New Zealand scientists have developed a designed to reduce the number of bird strikes at airports. Marketed as "Avanex", the grass is infected with a fungus that birds won't eat and is seen as an important new weapon in a fight that costs the airline industry about US$1.4 billion each year.

Šaltinis: Reuters
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